Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with taphouse:

2 syllables:
staff house,
bath house,
black house,
class house,
crack house,
douglass house,
frat house,
glass house,
graham house,
grass house,
hash house,
mass. house,
pratt house,
stash house,
tap house,
that house,
thatch house,
craft house,
shaft house,
and house,
at outs,
branch house,
crab louse,
dance house,
fat mouse,
frank house,
grand house,
grant house,
had doubts,
lamp house,
mask house,
packed house,
passed house,
plank house,
planned house,
plant house,
ramsay house,
ranch house,
shall rouse,
staff ought,
thatched house,
tract house,
shaft louse,
block house,
bought house,
brown house,
call house,
chop house,
clock house,
cross house,
crown house,
dodge house,
dog house,
doss house,
downe house,
draught house,
for house,
from house,
hot house,
house house,
joss house,
lodge house,
log house,
long house,
mouse house,
or house,
own house,
proud house,
rock house

3 syllables:
hiram house,
japan house,
abbey house,
attached house,
blacker house,
chattel house,
detached house,
eland house,
finance house,
flanner house,
gamma house,
hanna house,
happy house,
kappa house,
latter house,
manor house,
shabby house,
shattered house,
vacant house,
valley house,
after house,
alpha house,
drafty house,
graphic house,
haddo house,
halfway house,
stafford house,
among house,
before house

4 syllables:
unhappy house,
embassy house

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